Grove - High Temperature Sensor
Thermocouples are very sensitive devices. It requires a good amplifier with cold-junction compensation. The Grove - High Temperatire Sensor uses a K-Type themocouple and a thermocouple amplifier that measures ambient temperature using thermistor for cold-junction compensation. The detectable range of this Sensor is -50-600°C , and the accuracy is ±(2.0% + 2°C)
- Voltage：3.3 ~ 5V
- Max power rating at 25℃ ：300mW
- Operating temperature range：-40 ~ +125 ℃
- The temperature measurement range is (-50 ~ +600℃)
- Amplifier output voltage range (0 ~ 3.3 V) mv
- Cold junction compensation (environment temperature measurement)
- Thermocouple temperature measurement accuracy of + / - 2.0% (+ 2 ℃)
More details about Grove modules please refer to Grove System
Here is an example to show you how to read temperature information from the sensor.
We need a Seeeduino V3.0 and a Grove - High Temperature Sensor.
A4 and A5 are the I2C lines of Seeduino. Plug the sensor to the I2C port of Seeeduino to read data.
Download Code and Upload
You can download the library from here
Then extract the library to the Library folder of Arduino, open the demo in examples folder.
Then upload it to your Seeeduino.
Open Serial Monitor and Get Data
Then, open your Serial Monitor, you can find the temperature in Celsius here.
K type thermocouple indexing table
As a reference, the following is K type thermocouple indexing table.
- Grove - High Temperature Sensor PDF
- Grove - High Temperature Sensor Eagle File
- High Temperature Sensor Library
- Datasheet OPA333 PDF
- Datasheet LMV358 PDF
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